Missing the goal that could have tied the game...dropping the easy catch...losing possession of the ball... In today's competitive sport you can't afford mistakes like these, or can you?
When every move counts, mistakes can be devastating. But how you deal with mistakes, both during competition and after, can be the real obstacle to success. With "Mistakes Worth Making" you can learn how to turn mistakes from obstacles into catalysts for better performance.
"Mistakes Worth Making" shows you how constructive analysis of your sport mistakes can
- increase your mental toughness and improve your concentration and confidence, - keep your emotions in check and your focus on the game, - define your strengths and improve your weak areas, - offer clues to more effective strategies and skill execution, and- help you gain a more resilient approach to your quest for excellence.
You'll enjoy author Sue Halden-Brown's candid and often humorous approach to the dilemma of unattainable perfection in sport. Plus, chapter summaries and Coaches Corner sections help you review and apply the information to your next practice or event. Learn how to make every move count--even the mistakes--with "Mistakes Worth Making"
|Rethinking the Role of Mistakes|
|The Case For Mistakes Management|
|A New Look at Mistakes|
|The Emotional Cost of Mistakes|
|Excellence in Action|
|Reasons for Making Mistakes|
|Accelerating Skill Learning|
|Controlling Repeated Mistakes|
|Reasons for Competition Mistakes|
|Typical Competition Mistakes|
|Minimizing Competition Mistakes|
|Blueprints for Success|
|Turning Mistakes Into a Competitive Advantage|
|Motivation in Spite of Mistakes|
|Likely Sources of Misery|
|Taking Charge of Personal Growth|
|Excelling Under Pressure|
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For Ages: 18+ years old
Number Of Pages: 304
Published: 14th February 1900
Publisher: Human Kinetics Publishers USA
Dimensions (cm): 22.9 x 15.2 x 1.9
Weight (kg): 0.49